GEE Academies

Michigan Schools

Bridge Academy East Campus

Bridge Academy

9600 Buffalo Street
Hamtramck, MI 48212
Phone: (313) 462-6100
Fax: (313) 462-6101
Website: www.bridge-academy.org/

Bridge Academy opened to students in 2004 in Hamtramck, Michigan. Hamtramck is a culturally diverse community, embracing many races and ways of life, which makes it the perfect setting for a GEE Academy. The school serves students pre-k through 8th grade and adheres to all mandates and regulations passed down from the Michigan Department of Education. The school prides itself on a strong character education program and has an excellent group of certified teachers, a curriculum that exceeds Michigan standards, a family-like environment, and a strong ESL/ELL department to assist newcomers. Bridge Academy provides Arabic as a foreign language to students of all levels, a full-day kindergarten, and requires students to follow a dress code. Transportation in the morning and afternoon for siblings of Bridge students who attend the Riverside Early Childhood Center is provided.

Bridge Academy West Campus

3105 Carpenter Road
Detroit, MI 48212
Phone: (313) 462-6200
Fax: (313) 462-6201
Website: http://bridgewest.gee-edu.com/home

Central Academy

2459 South Industrial Highway
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: (734) 822-1100
Fax: (734) 822-1101
Website: www.centralacademy.net/

Central Academy is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The school has been in existence since 1996. Serving students pre-k through 12th grade. Central Academy is a public school academy that adheres to all mandated regulations passed down from the Michigan Department of Education. Our school prides itself on a strong character education, an excellent group of certified teachers, a curriculum that exceeds Michigan standards, small class sizes and a family- like environment. Central Academy also has a strong ELL department that helps new comers. The school offers, Arabic as a second language program, a full day kindergarten, advanced classes, and a requires a dress code.

Edmonson Elementary School

Edmonson Elementary School

1300 W. Canfield Street
Detroit MI, 48201-1006
Phone: (313) 228-0910
Fax: (313) 447-2533
Website: edmonson.gee-edu.com

Detroit Board of Curriculum supported by Accelerated Math and Hands on Science activities. Edmonson School is located in the Wayne State/Cultural Center which provides a variety of learning experiences for our students. Special Education students receive transportation.

Enrollment Packet (1.44 MB, PDF)

Frontier International Academy

13200 Conant Street
Detroit, MI 48212
Phone: (313) 462-6300
Fax: (313) 462-6301
Website: www.frontier-academy.net/

Frontier International Academy opened in 2005 and serves grades 6-12. Frontier is located in the heart of Hamtramck, one of the most diverse cities in the Detroit metropolitan area. Frontier International Academy adheres to all regulations passed down from the Michigan Department of Education with an excellent group of certified teachers and a curriculum that exceeds Michigan standards. The school prides itself on a strong character education program, small class sizes, and separate-gender classrooms that provide an excellent learning environment. The Academy features a strong ESL/ELL department to assist newcomers and provides Arabic as a foreign language to students of all levels, advanced classes and dual enrollment for high school, and requires students to follow a dress code.

Global Heights Academy

23713 Joy Rd
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
Phone: (313) 624-3400
Fax: (313) 624-3401
Website: http://globalheights.gee-edu.com

Global Educational Excellence has opened a new K-5 Academy in Dearborn Heights called Global Heights.

Riverside Academy East Campus

Riverside Academy East Campus

7124 Miller Road
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 586-0200
Fax: (313) 586-0201
Website: http://east.riverside-academy.net/

Riverside Academy East opened in 2003 and is located in Dearborn, Michigan. The school serves students from kindergarten through 5th grade and adheres to all mandates and regulations passed down from the Michigan Department of Education. The school prides itself on a strong character education program and has an excellent group of certified teachers, a curriculum that exceeds Michigan standards, a family-like environment, and a strong ESL/ELL department to assist newcomers. Riverside Academy provides Arabic as a foreign language to students of all levels, a full-day kindergarten program, and requires students to follow a dress code. The academy also provides transportation for any Pre-K siblings to and from the Early Childhood Education campus.

Riverside Academy West Campus

Riverside Academy West Campus

6409 Schaefer Road
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 624-3600
Fax: (313) 624-3601
Website: http://west.riverside-academy.net/

Riverside Academy West opened in 2005 and is located in Dearborn, Michigan. The academy serves grades 6 through 12 and provides an excellent learning environment through separate-gender classrooms. Riverside Academy adheres to all regulations passed down from the Michigan Department of Education with an excellent group of certified teachers and a curriculum that exceeds Michigan standards. The school prides itself on a strong character education program, small class sizes, and a strong ESL/ELL department to assist newcomers. In addition, Riverside provides Arabic as a foreign language to students of all levels, advanced classes and dual enrollment for high school, and requires students to follow a dress code.

Riverside Academy Early Childhood Center

7050 Pinehurst St.
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: (313) 624-3500
Fax: (313) 624-3501
Website: http://ecc.riverside-academy.net/

Riverside Academy Early Childhood Center opened in Fall of 2007 in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. The Center serves pre-school children on Monday through Thursday and is part of the Michigan Great Start Readiness Program. It complies with all applicable laws and regulations. The Center’s objective is to provide a high-quality preschool experience for four-year old children. In our program we believe children learn best when they are engaged in purposeful activities that allow them to interact with their environment in authentic ways, constructing knowledge through planning, exploration, experimentation, and reflection. We will create a rich learning environment that reflects the interests of the children and facilitates intellectual, social, emotional, physical, and language development. Our goal is to partner with families in promoting the growth and development of young children. We are committed to building positive relationships between school and home. Transportation for students with siblings attending Riverside East and Bridge Academies is provided in the morning and afternoon.

White Elementary School

White Elementary School

5161 Charles Street
Detroit MI, 48212-2462
Phone: (313) 866-3595
Fax: (313) 447-2546
Website: white.gee-edu.com

White Elementary is as unique as its students. We have accelerated Math and Reading programs to challenge students who perform at very high academic levels. At White all academic programs are aligned with state grade level content expectations and state standards. Our multicultural environment exposes both our staff and students to different cultural experiences. We strive to guide our students to help them reach their fullest potential for lifelong learning.

Enrollment Packet (1.43 MB, PDF)

Ohio Schools

Central Academy of Ohio

Central Academy of Ohio

2727 Kenwood
Toledo, OH 43606
Phone: (419) 205-9800
Fax: (419) 205-9899
Website: www.ohiocentralacademy.net

Located in Toledo, Central Academy of Ohio serves children in kindergarten through eighth grades with a project-based, inquiry led learning environment. Central Academy of Ohio is an internationally minded school which uses its rigorous, fully aligned curriculum to meet the needs of a diverse population of learners. In addition to Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies, all students have classes in character education, foreign language (Arabic or Spanish), Physical Education, and Art. The small class sizes create a close, family-like environment where attention is focused on each student’s learning style. The goal of the staff of Central Academy of Ohio is to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.